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Didemnum vexillum - New York Coast Occurrences and Images



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First documented occurrence

South end of Old Ponquogue Bridge, east of new Ponquogue Bridge, Shinnecock Bay, LI, New York, December 3, 2004. Didemnum vexillum colonies living on a floating dock to 0.1 m water depth. Reported to occur to 8m water depth at this location on bridge pilings and other hard surfaces. Observed by T. Gardner and C. Paparo. Photographed by T. Gardner.

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New England and Atlantic Canada regional map
New England and Atlantic Canada, inset map A
New England and Atlantic Canada, inset map B
New England and Atlantic Canada, inset map C
New England and Atlantic Canada, inset map D

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